- In an op-ed for The Hill, privacy advocates called for a federal bill that would prevent warrantless location tracking.
- The Associated Press reports states and cities are increasingly pushing back on the use of facial recognition technologies by law enforcement.
- NPR reports a new Massachusetts law is one of the first to set statewide restrictions on how police use facial recognition tech during investigations.
- BiometricUpdate.com released a list of privacy-enhancing tools developed to help users protect their privacy from facial recognition tech.
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